Georgia Grown

Georgia Grown

Georgia Grown

While Georgia peaches and Vidalia sweet onions are rightfully celebrated, other fresh commodities top the list of the state’s agricultural production. Georgia is perennially the Number One state in the nation in the production of peanuts, pecans, blueberries and spring onions, according to the state Farm Bureau. It is also at or near the top when it comes to watermelon, peaches, cucumbers, sweet corn, bell peppers, tomatoes, cantaloupes and cabbage. Georgia, with its exploding economy and growing retirement population, is home to the world’s largest number of both new and established golf courses. If you are into golfing, this is the place for you!


For more than 38 years, Gary W. Black has championed sound state and federal policies impacting food safety, science-based environmental stewardship and agricultural marketing. Now beginning his third term, Commissioner Black remains committed to fostering growth in Georgia’s No. 1 industry.Georgia Grown is a program created by the Georgia Department of Agriculture that seeks to create desire, and increase demand for Georgia's products. All you need to know about the Georgia Grown program and Georgia Grown products can be found here: http://www.georgiagrown.com/

The Georgia Department of Agriculture does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age or sex in the administration of its programs or activities. To learn more, or file a complaint, visit: http://www.agr.georgia.gov/title-vi.aspx (Source: El Departamento de Agricultura de Georgia no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad, edad o sexo en la administración de sus programas o actividades. Para obtener más información o para presentar unaqueja, visite:http://www.agr.georgia.gov/titJust about every food product sold by the Salt Table is produced by Georgia-based small businesses and farmers. They are members of the Georgia Grown Program. The videos below will give you a great idea about the program and the great products produced by these amazing people. (Source:www.salttable.com)


“It was amazing to see the process and extensive research & development that goes into these new varieties of sweet snacking tomatoes,” said Holly Chute, Senior Executive Chef, Georgia Grown. Chef Chute toured the greenhouse to learn more about the new RedRoyals Our plants are grown in coconut fibre and other recycled mediums. Selecting the right growing medium is critical to overall plant health and strength but also to susPrecise climate, irrigation, plant nutrition, and lighting controls all make it possible to grow the fresh vegetables families love year-round in a sustainable, eco-friendly environment. (Source:We maintain favorable and consistent growing conditions through misting systems that keep humidity levels above 30% to encourage continuous plant growth.

Take a flip through our storybook to learn more about our company and how our greenhouse grown veggies come to life. Like the colors of a rainbow, the flavors are endless and so are the opportunities to increase fresh consumption across North America. The only reliable citrus trees and fruit don’t just come from Florida and California anymore! For our lifetime, citrus has been only available in a very specific climate. However, we use a variety of patented techniques to grow a diversity of citrus trees right here in Georgia. We start with a cold-hardy rootstock and bud/graft a scion that grows well in our region on to that rootstock-thus propagating a cold-hardy citrus tree. In addition to trees, we offer our fruit for sale during citrus season, as well as citrus tree supplies and various products. Browse our website, call us, email us or send us a message to learn more. And most of all, thank you for visiting us. (Source: georgiagrowncitrus.com)






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